September 28, 2004

A Big Picture Look [8:26 am]

Coco points to SSRN-P2P and the Future of Private Copying, which clearly reflects an effort to update the Lessig take on modalities of control as applied to the P2P problem, as these abstract excerpts show (I haven’t yet read the whole thing, so see the CoCo comments)

Using a holistic approach, this Article takes on the ambitious task of bringing together existing scholarship while offering some thoughts on the future of private copying. This Article does not seek to offer any new theory or model, which could become obsolete quickly, or even immediately, as digital and P2P technologies advance. Rather, the Article provides guidelines as to how policymakers can craft the “ultimate solution” to the unauthorized copying problem.

[...] Using a holistic approach, this Article takes on the ambitious task of bringing together existing scholarship while offering some thoughts on the future of private copying. This Article does not seek to offer any new theory or model, which could become obsolete quickly, or even immediately, as digital and P2P technologies advance. Rather, the Article provides guidelines as to how policymakers can craft the “ultimate solution” to the unauthorized copying problem.

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